Moving IR Spectroscopy Down to the Micron Level Puts Serial Killer Behind Bars
Perkin Elmer Staff (2009) Moving IR Spectroscopy Down to the Micron Level Puts Serial Killer Behind Bars. Perkin Elmer InSight.
Published on: 1/1/2009
Infrared microscopy played a key role in putting the United States’ most prolific serial killer ever behind bars. The killer had originally been arrested based on a DNA match but the circumstances raised questions as to whether that evidence would be enough to convict. Infrared microscopy provided a crucial additional link between the killer and his victims. The new evidence quickly led to a confession of a horrific series of crimes. Click here for the full article.
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